Meet the Team

The Why Behind SOLICUR

Renowned Palm Beach cardiologist Dr. Robert Fishel had two non-melanoma skin cancers. After his dermatologist removed each Basal Cell Carcinoma, he wondered how to prevent recurrence.

Dr. Fishel and Kim Havlicek, a business partner and former Marketing Manager at Johnson and Johnson, collaborated with a board of dermatologist advisors to create a supplement that aims to prevent actinic keratosis and non-melanoma skin cancers. Dr. Fishel, along with numerous individuals globally, requires a solution that goes beyond sunscreen to safeguard their skin against UV radiation. The purpose behind the creation of SOLICUR is as follows.

The first of its kind, SOLICUR, was carefully researched to help patients like Dr. Fishel, who had a recurrence of Actinic Keratosis after Mohs surgery for Basal Cell Carcinoma. Actinic Keratosis, caused by prolonged sun exposure, can lead to non-melanoma skin cancers if untreated.

SOLICUR has helped Dr. Fishel avoid non-melanoma skin cancer since his last diagnosis. Dr. Fishel uses sunscreen externally, but now he has an internal sunblock.

Robert S Fishel, Md F.A.C.C.
Founder and CEO

Dr. Robert Fishel, a renowned Clinical Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist, is the President of Florida Electrophysiology Associates and founded the Electrophysiology department at JFK Hospital. Board-certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology, Dr. Fishel is a leader in cardiovascular healthcare. With awards, active roles in education, and extensive research, he holds staff positions at Florida medical centers, conducting 41+ clinical trials. His expertise encompasses various procedures, including innovative interventions like WATCHMAN FLX Left Atrial Appendage (LAAC) Device placement, highlighting his commitment to advancing cardiac care. Dr. Fishel's influential career underscores his pivotal role in the cardiology and electrophysiology field.

Kim Havlicek
President ACT Pharmaceuticals

Kim Havlicek earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition Food & Exercise Science from Virginia Tech in 2000. She began her career in Pulmonary Rehabilitation, where she not only worked directly with lung disease patients to customize treatment but also established the hospital's educational seminar series on C.O.P.D.-related issues. After a short leave of absence to raise her children, Kim returned to the healthcare industry in 2018 with Syneos Health Solutions, allowing her to expand her marketing and sales success and reignite her passion for the industry. Kim's subsequent endeavor was with Johnson & Johnson, and due to her extensive network and relationships in this region, she was tasked with leading Biosense Webster's marketing, sales, and facilitation efforts in business development. Kim co-founded SOLICUR, a skincare supplement, under ACT pharmaceuticals in 2022, a new wellness brand committed to providing people with premium health products to complement and enhance their lifestyles, physical health, and life expectancy.

Meet our Medical Advisory Board


Dr. Rogers was born and raised in California. While obtaining her bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design from California State University, Chico, she began working as a surgical technician for a plastic surgeon. She then made the decision to pursue a career in medicine and soon graduated from the Saint Louis University School of Medicine with honors in research, Dr. Rogers completed her internship in internal medicine at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. Dr. Rogers is board certified by the American Board of Dermatology. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Society for Mohs Surgery and a member of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, Women’s Dermatologic Society, and Skin Cancer Foundation. She currently serves as a voluntary clinical instructor in the Department of Dermatology at the University of Miami School of Medicine and the Miami VA Medical Center.


A Board-Certified Dermatologist and a Board-Certified Dermatopathologist with his office in Miami Beach. He performs a blend of dermatologic and cosmetic/aesthetic services. Dr. Rivlin graduated from the University of Miami and received his medical degree from the New York University School of Medicine. He completed Fellowships in Dermatopathology at New York University Medical Center and Mohs Surgery at U.C.L.A Medical Center. Dr. Rivlin achieved an academic award for the outstanding resident at U.C.L.A and soon after held an academic appointment as Director of Dermatopathology at U.C.L.A Medical Center, Division of Dermatology. Dr. Rivlin has delivered presentations to professional groups domestically and internationally, produced several published articles, and has written additional pieces currently being reviewed for publication.


Dr. Hacker founded Hacker Dermatology in 1994. He started in a small two-room office just west of the Intracoastal Bridge on George Bush Blvd. in Delray Beach (long before Atlantic Avenue became a trendy destination spot) and shortly after that, he moved to his current location. Dr. Hacker is an inventor and holds over 14 patents for devices in the mechanical and electrical engineering fields. As a Phi Beta Kappa, Dr. Steven Hacker was nineteen years old when he was one of twelve students selected from a national pool to enter medical school early (through the prestigious Junior Honors Medical Program). As an author, he’s published in several textbooks and in more than 20 peer-reviewed medical journals.

Defend From Within

Solicur is a skin supplement that addresses the needs of sun-damaged skin. It contains powerful antioxidants that combat free radicals which cause the skin to not only age but could increase the risk of some cancers.